The south of Brazil: Rio - Paraty - Iguaçu

The south of Brazil looks a lot like Europe ... There is a strong colonial influence ... Also, you will not feel particularly out of place ... The 3 main attractions that you must not miss are: Rio - Paraty - Foz Iguaçu.

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Classic Tour: Rio de Janeiro + Iguaçu Falls + Salvador de Bahia

Classic Brazil - 3 iconic Brazilian cities: Rio de Janeiro, in the southeast, Iguaçu in the south and Salvador in the northeast. Rio de Janeiro with the ubiquitous Corcovado protecting the city... Iguaçu: Visit the waterfalls and the natural parks of Iguaçu on both the Brazilian and Argentinean sides. Salvador-Bahia: A historic city, rich in its culture, racial mix and old traditions.

Brazil of Water - Foz do Iguaçu

The Iguaçu Falls, often referred to as one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature. You go by boat to approach the falls; 275 waterfalls falling from a height of 135 to 300 feet. You can admire this “wall of water”, from the Argentine side, where the famous “Devil's Throat” can be found. From the Brazilian side, you can gaze upon the panorama of two miles of waterfalls. (whose waters flow into the Amazon rainforest).

Rio: the perfect beach experience

Rio de Janeiro, a city whose proximity to the natural surroundings of the stunning Guanabara Bay and the Tijuca Forest (the largest urban forest in the world) won it the title of “Cidade Maravilhosa” (wonderful city). The ubiquitous Corcovado stands guard over the city. Infected by the pure joy of Rio de Janeiro, you will also feel the contagious exhilaration of the samba schools as well as Brazil’s national passion, football, in its largest temple: Maracanã.

Visit Rio with a guide and use public transport

Discover Rio using public transport but accompanied by a good guide!

Paraty: small colonial port on the old gold trail ... And classified by UNESCO!

Travel back in time to the Brazil’s Colonial past, reminiscing over the eras of gold and coffee. Walk through the historic centre that has been classified by UNESCO as the "most harmonious collection of colonial architectural", with its white houses and their blue doors, and the churches and centennial buildings. And you can go sailing on a sloop among the islands in a beautiful bay of crystalline green waters.

Ilha Grande & Parati, the 2 essential beaches in the south of Rio

Discover the splendid nature of Ilha Grande, then continue to discover Paraty